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Names of Ukrainian warriors who lost their lives in Donbas on June 7 became public

Dmytro Poltavets and Maksym Oleksyuk were the soldiers of Azov regiment of the National Guard of Ukraine
12:56, 7 June 2019

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The press office of Azov regiment of the National Guard of Ukraine revealed the names of the Ukrainian fighters who deceased in Donbas on June 7. They were 28-year-old Dmytro Pruglo and 23-year-old Maksym Oleksyuk. 

The respective statement says that in the night time, militants used artillery to attack the outposts of the Ukrainian military in the area of Novoluhanske. 

'This military crime once again demonstrates that no deals with Russia or its puppets 'LNR' and 'DNR' are worth a thing. These excuses for humans have no idea of military honor and dignity. We would like to assure the whole world: we will avenge the deaths of our comrades hundredfold!', reads the statement by Azov's press service.

The regiment expressed condolences to the family and all close ones of the deceased fighters. 

Related: All Ukrainian servicemen killed and wounded in June 6 attack served with National Guard

Two Ukrainian servicemen lost their lives in Donbas combat area on early June 7; eight more suffered combat injuries. The Joint Forces HQ reported this on Facebook.

According to Radio Liberty, another two Ukrainian fighters deceased last night.

Russian occupants shelled Ukrainian position seven times over 24 hours. 

Related: Donbas: Five attacks on Ukrainian positions

In Donetsk region, the enemy attacked Pavlopol and Hnutove, using small arms and heavy machine guns. In Luhansk region, hostile troops opened fire in Travneve and Zaitsevo; they used 122 mm artillery and 120 mm mortars, automatic grenade launchers, small arms and heavy machine guns.

Related: 'Armed Forces to respond tough, according to situation', - Zelensky's response to escalation in Donbas

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